Speaking to todays Star, the 30 year old is looking to keep up the recent good form of clean sheets for the Millers.
"It means nothing now to have the best defensive record. We will only be happy if we have the best defensive record come the end of the season."
"We have been digging in and grinding out the results in the last couple of matches, which is what the good teams do. The good teams who go on to get promotion keep clean sheets and win games 1-0 and that is what we have to continue to do." he added.
"I wasn't particularly pleased with my performance against Lincoln, but for the team it was fantastic to get another clean sheet."
Fenton, praises his defensive partner Ian Sharps, who between them have only conceeded 15 goals this season; "I get on well with Ian, We seem to have a good relationship and understanding on the pitch." Nick Said
"Ever since I came here last season, it has been good to play with him and I have enjoyed it. We seem to have a good record when we play together." he added.
Looking ahead, Fenton also was wary of tomorrows opponants Luton; "They finished last season strongly and were unlucky to go down after their 30-point penalty. They won the Football League Trophy so we are fully aware of how good a side they are."
"We know they are going to be a hard side to beat but we are at home and we want to take the initiative. Everyone wants to get into the third round and play against one of the big boys and we are no different." he added.
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